Luke's second time his whole life without either of his parents! Tell you about it later...
Exodus 26-27:21, Matthew 25:1-30, Psalm 31:1-8, Proverbs 8:1-11
Beautiful if you think about how God cared for the Tabernacle, the place to observe his presence. Gold, silver, bronze, multi-colored expensive cloths, meticulous designs.
Do you know the Tabernacle represents your heart?
The lamps were to remain constantly lit in the Tabernacle. It is a symbol to us. This is an illustration. Both are pointing to the same truth. Is your heart prepared for the Bridegroom to enter tonight? Is your life?
Jesus's last words are found in this Psalm. Can you find them? Kindof gives perspective on the rest of the Psalm when you realize it's a prophesy about him.
Remember those beautiful colors in the Tabernacle? The gold? The silver?
Proverbs says wisdom is worth more than these. We should pursue it more earnestly. Seeking God is a good way. Reading his Word is another sure way to gain wisdom. And do you know what both James and Solomon's experiences say about getting more if you want?
Simple. Ask God for more. And He will give it liberally to the prayer asked in faith.
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